I have long been convinced that geese have flight sergeants or maybe wing commanders, and maybe they’re elected. Biologists agree that democracy is not unknown in nature.
The sight of poppies on more and more lapels would suggest that most of us are ahead of the government when it comes to the treatment of veterans.
Normally as October draws to a close we finalize playoff matchups in the CFL, remember the baseball season that was, and watch to see how our draft picks are doing in the early games of the NHL.
This column is read and heard by many who don’t live in Winnipeg, but the story of the month, possibly the story of the year as it relates to what is news involves Winnipeg’s new police chief.
The evidence shows that older drivers are not the group responsible for the most accidents, but it should be clear by now that all of us should have to pass more than one driving test in our lifetime.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is responsible for the safety of what we buy, but they’re being pushed around…The rest of us meat eating Canadians should seriously do more ‘due diligence’ when shopping for that next barbeque.
Many are suggesting that current Blue Bomber quarterback Buck Pierce should walk away from football before it’s too late. That’s an impossibly tough decision for any athlete to make.
There are countless tragic stories that began with young people who once thought of no finer calling than wearing a Canadian uniform, and trying to make the world a better and safer place.
RE/Max issued a report recently that said farmland in southwest Manitoba was selling for an average $1,350 an acre, a jump of 35% in less than two years, and a 300% jump in a little over 15 years.
How do we put a value on Random Acts of Kindness? That discussion is continuing in Winnipeg in the wake of the story about the bus driver and the shoes.